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New Predator AR

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Just put together: RRA Predator Pursuit upper, S&W M&P Lower, RRA two stage trigger, RRA Operator stock, Ergo grip and Nikon Coyote special. Just waiting on a 1/2" Scout rail. The rail I currently have is 1" and too high (not pictured). Think I will send it in and have it dipped in Kings Desert shadow before I mount the scope and shoot it, that way I won't have to mount the scope twice. post-3-1270953427.jpgpost-3-1270953438.jpg

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A buddy of mine has the exact upper in 20" and it seems to shoot everything well.

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I'm trying to put a 6.5 Grendel together. I have the Alexander Arms complete upper with 24" heavy stainless barrel, lower, Rock River Arms lower parts kit and now I need the rest of whatever it is I need. Any suggestions on where and what I should get?

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The Predator Pursuit is 1lb lighter than the BB Varmint. RRA claims this upper will shoot 1/2" MOA at 100 yrds....This gun shoots 1/2" or better on a bench with sand bags at 100 with factory Hornady Vmax loads and that's no B.S.... only put 15 rounds through it. Jim T: sounds like all you need is a stock. I really like the RRA Operator stock. It's very well built with cheek welds, light, collapses easy and is very sturdy with no movement. A stock is just as important as anything else for accuracy. The cheapo collapsible stock I had on my other AR had a lot of slop and seemed like every time I used it it tilted differently which threw off accuracy. One of the cheapest and best places with great customer service is either Riflegear of RBprecision for AR items. For a step by step guide on AR building go here: http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.html?b=3&...=4&t=226782 Very, very easy....I had mine together in 1hr. You need AR punches?...I had a heck of a time finding AR punches so I went to the Dollartree and bought a small screwdriver set, ground off the tips and now have various punches that work great.

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